A SAG strike will cost members $2.5 million a day -- or $250 million if the guild matches the WGA strike and stays out 100 days, according to their calculations.
Twentieth Century Fox has inked with the U.K.'s BT Vision, giving the IPTV operation rights to a range of Fox films.
Last year, critic-pleasing independent films like "No Country for Old Men" and "There Will Be Blood" had their run of many spotlight categories going into awards season.
For foreign press covering entertainment in Los Angeles, the movie junket is the one-stop shop where they can get the kind of access to stars they need to sell their stories.
The Disney Channel has ordered additional third-season episodes of hit tween series "Hannah Montana," while committing to a second season of frosh skein "The Suite Life on Deck."
Roman Polanski has launched a new initiative to get back into Hollywood.
Hollywood loves a party. The Golden Globes are but one of many awards events that will generate a social whirl this season because, whatever happens in the economy, the celebrating and schmoozing…
Atari has bought North American publishing rights to the videogame version of "The Tale of Despereaux," Universal's upcoming toon about a heroic mouse.
Just as they have been battling all fall, ABC and CBS finished neck and neck in the last full week of November, with football again playing a key role in the holiday frame.
Otto Spoerri, former controller for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences who for more than two decades was in charge of the seating arrangements for the Oscars, died Saturday in his…